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nasturtium is an edible flower (provided no chemicals are applied) I grow these in wall baskets in a shaded area, adds a peppery flavor to salads

nasturtium is an edible flower (provided no chemicals are applied) A companion plant to ward off pests and disease. grow these in wall baskets in a shaded area, adds a peppery flavor to salads

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Green pink cala lily, one of my favorite flowers. So beautiful, nature is amazing

hibiscus/ATTRACTS: Blue Jays (The policeman bird of the bird kingdom, warns all wildlife of danger nearby).  Plant with White Oak Tree which also attracts Blue Jays. Plant as a specimen plant or as a small shrub (in groups if 5 0r more).  Mulch for Winter protection. #gardenshrubsmulches

hibiscus/ATTRACTS: Blue Jays (The policeman bird of the bird kingdom, warns all wildlife of danger nearby). Plant with White Oak Tree which also attracts Blue Jays. Plant as a specimen plant or as a small shrub (in groups if 5 0r more). Mulch for Winter protection. #gardenshrubsmulches

Harlem Oriental Poppy

Harlem Oriental Poppy (Papaver orientale Harlem) perennial, Partial Shade/Full Sun, Zone 3 - 18 - 24 tall x 24 - 30 wide, spring flowers. Large burgundy red flowers on long sturdy stems. Poppies go summer dormant until the weather cools again in early f

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Primula auricula Double Purple ~ Easy to grow, lengthy flowering period. Stunning double purple flowers in spring. Primulas prefer a well drained soil, making them suitable for rockeries and pots. Grows in full sun to part shade. Grows hi

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Lily-of-the Valley! My favorite flower! Scrumptiously fragrant, tiny and delicate. My birth month flower for May.

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American forget-me-not (Omphalodes cappadocica ‘Starry Eyes’) is a very elegant plant. The flowers of this American plant have unusual shapes and colour combinations. in fact white & blue. This forget-me-not is an excellent ground cover plant!

Poker Primrose

Grape Plant

Jenny Foxglove's Gothic Garden - Poker Primrose, a dazzling and different late-spring bloomer! An unusual alternative to grape hyacinth with vivid flower spikes that open from the bottom up. Grows tall in part shade.

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